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Preparatory to the Long Winter Nights!
Install MAZDA LAMPS In All Sockets
We Gua. antee THE SAVING Will be More Than Enough to Pay the Extra Cost of the NEW TYPE Over the OLD
? '..ri ? -i . ? -And You WiM Get Better Light in Addition -
Electric Cit
Cotton Inser?
ls Still Here.
During the la*t few weeks the low
price o? cotton has been the one top
ic of discussion, every other subject
relative to tho cotton having been
Anderson people have lost Bight of
eliminated and owing to this fact j
Auder-0:1 people have lost sight or)
the cotton caterpillar or "army worm"
as he ls better known. However, the]
worm is pilli here and in some In
stances they are decidedly more num
erous than waa the first crop. J.
W. Rothrock, county demonstrator,
warned thc farmers that if tehy did
not tuke advantage of the arsenate of |
lead treatment or something equally
as effective, that the second crop of
the worms would outnumber the |
first and In those cases where advice
was ignored the worms have doubled
and trebled in number.
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Closed Season
For Straw Hats
This ls the closed season for straw
hats and yesterday but few Panamas
and bangkokB and other familiar
styles of head-gear were to be Been.
Old derbys tnrv come out of the
closet and have been brushed up, old
felt hats .will se another year of ser
vice, while there hundreds of the new
styles to ,bc seen on thc street?. It
ia generally understood that the
straw hat season comes to an end on
September 14 and after that date any
one ha? the right to tear a "?raw bat
from the head of a passerby and to
grind it ib the dust under a vindictive
bee!. One important matter in thia
connection, however, ls to always se
lect a .mali victim and by no means
u hearty and roba?.! prize-fighter.
Election Now ...
ls "Also-Ran"
The recent turbulent primary elec
tion in South Carolina is now among
the "has-beens" and Anderson people
heaved a sigh of relief yesterday
when they realized that the date for
the final meeting bf the State Dem
ocratic Executive, committee had ar
rived. That body went Into session
ye?terday for the purpose of declar
ing Richard Ii Manning, Andrew J.
Reihea and Ffauk W; Sbeaiey, the
nominees fdr the offices of Governor,
Lieutonant-Govcrnor and Railroad
Commissioner. With that important
task off its h inds, the State commit
teo has finally wound up South Car
olina's palltical ball of yam and tbe
State will be restored to peace and
quiet for two years.
Methodists Hold
Important Session.
Anderson! people are very much ]
interested In the district conference
of the Methodist church Which took I
place last ? night :\. in. 8partanburg.
Prominent members of the Metho-1
di.-t church were in atetndance from I
Cherokee, Spnrtanburg. Greenville.
Anderson and Laurens-counties, ' andi
they nil took an active interest In the j
deliberations ot the .body. Tnt pas
sions Were held ;vtith the Bethel
church and the Central church of j
Spartanb?rg and last night a banquet |
wa? held at Bethel Church' at which ?
time R. JJ. Lig?n of' Anderson waa |
one of the principal speakers. Other
speakers at the banquet were Joseph
A. McCullough of Greenville and A.
berg of Spartanburg.
Anderson Hoys
Playing Football.
Frank Cox and Manly Hutchison
left yesterday for ' Greenville where I
they will join tho football squad of
Furman university for pre-seaion
practice.'Furman will not open ber
sesi?n un(tl. September 2B, but ?ll the
members of the football team were or
dered to *??port yesterday .in order ?
that the Mab might be whipped into
ehapc an* feady^?r th? fray, by the
time any ,<pf the other Southern col
legos begib (Playing. Great prephra
tiones areftalready underway at Clem
son colloq tfor the first game of tho
tb er colleges are also
to play . It is said that
pomp nnlendid material
and will make a gou?
Conv?n*rr??l Mea
Meet Next Month
Porter A. Whaley of the Anderson
chamber of commerce has received a
IcUer rrom Colic W. Roberta of the
Rock IBU chamber of commerce In
which that gentleman advises that the
1-annual neting of,tho
South- Carbuna commercial secreta
ries' ae?nsriation will be bald in Rock
Hill on October 9. Anderson had the
nleature tjf entertaining ?his distln
KUtihed body last January and lt ls
raid that Rock Hill plan? to do every
Mt e? much I" ?be way of entertain
ment a? did the local. people, lt bl
probable nat every' commercial sec
retary cf tba State will bo preaaQitM
tal* meelnStt^^MrfMibtta^iM^
:y Sparklets -j
.Students Off For
State University.
The University of South Carolina
will open ita doors for the Fall ses
sion of 19) 1 this morning at 9 o'c'oek
and Anderson's delegation to this fa
mous school left yesterday for Colum
bia. Statements coming from that
city are to the effect that the Univer
sity will enpoy the most successful
year of its history. Under the di
rection of Dr. Willams Spenser Cur
roll,, who came to Columbia from
?Washington & Lee university to as
sume the presidency of the institu
tion, the University should do well.
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Second Day of
Of Public Schools
Yesterday was the second day ol
the fall session of the city schools
although it was the fir.-t day of real
work, since no classes were heard on
Monday, the opening day. The atten
dance yesterday was slightly increas
ed over the first day and this will
probably continue from day to da;
for the first few months of the achoo
year. The schools are all down tc
hard work in real earnest now am
the students have sonic work now tc
Sick Man Hus
Left For Heme
A. I. Wilson, building Inspecte
for the Kress company has left tin
Anderson county hospital and ha
gone to his home in Atlanta. Mr
Wi: ?on came here several days ago t
inspect the new building and whll
here he became Ul. He was take
to tho local hospital for treatment
and recovered auf5ulently for him t
make the trip to Atlanta. He ha
a number of friends in this city an
they all trust that he may soon h
entirely well.
o ? ?
Railroad Man
Will Be Here.
A letter was received in Anderso
yesterday from W. J. Sheeley of th
Southern Railroad Company in whic
Mr. Sheeley advised the mentors c
the liwstock association that he coi
tatnly would be here on S^ptemtx
30, tc deliver an address before thos
in attendance at the stock ezhibll
Mr. Sheeley advised the local peopl
that he was well pleased 'over tl
change of date of the exhibit. H
think3 that September 30 will 1
vastly better than today would hai
been and says that it will certain!
suit him better to come here on tb
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Minny Students
Resume Duties.
. Charles H., Daniel, who won. ti
four-year scholarship to the Citad
at Charleston from Anderson c?unl
will leave this morning to take i
his dutio?. A large number ot otb
students left yesterday, among thc
being the young'ladles for Winthr
college. The following were arno:
those who went to Winthrop: Miss
Martha Richardson, Kate . LaBoc
Louella Lig?n, Sarah Spearman, 1
bithat McFall, Martha Hodges, Fra
ces Major, Mario McConnell, Etl
Jones and Frances Riley.
? o>
Trains Were
AU Delayed.
A carload of stone on the Blue Rid
ri?road ?r?.ck caused a delay of ci
ono hour In all trains yesterday
tho Anderson yards. The car n
for use in tho new Llgon it Ledbet
building and waa backed up to tl
building, when In some manner 1
wheels left the track and lt took i
wreckhig crew well over aa hour
get the contrary car back into cc
minston so. that other trains obi
-o- .
Railroad Business
Is Holding tts Own.
One of the weil known railroad
flet?is of Anderson, In dlcussion y
terday with a reporter of The Im
ligcncer, ri?ld that his road could
complain ot the amount of busin
being handled into this city, war
no war. He said that the records
his road show that the month of
gust brought them more business
Anderson this year than did a y
ago. However, he ' pointed out t
business will necessarily . deer?
if the merchante cannot sell
stock which they have already
C. C, ?ribble Is
Kew Secretary.
At a meeting of the executive e
raittee of Post D, United Comm er
Travelers, held In this city y iten
C. C. Gribble was elected Secret
to snccssd Feaster V. Trlbblo,
died on September 8. Mr. Gril
will doubtless make a very effie
secretary and the mombo re of th<
C. T. are well pleased-over the
||?sffi^ar*?, oheaon?-.- ^ ? '
(Continued From First Page.)
whre between that river and the riv
er Oise and are trying to repeat the
outflanking movement which they
carried out on the ourcq last week.
Rheims bas been reoccupied by the
allies, but th? reports make no men
tion of the neighboring fortresses of
La Ferre and Laon, the recapture of
which would not be difficult, as they
ane constructed to resist attack from
the north, and the south front ls rela
tively weak.
?On the French right the Germans
are falling back to Chateau Salins just
across the Lorraine border, which has
been tho ?cene of so many skirmishes
since the beginning of the war.
In Vosges and Alsace the situation
remains unchanged, both cides re
serving all their strength for the more
critical contest in the west.
The Russians are said to be con
tinuing their successes in Oalcla and
Poland. The armies of General
Dankl, which bad the support of some
German divisions, have been driven
back across the fgrontier, which they
crossed while the Russians were ad
vancing on Lemberg and now, accord
ing to the Petragrad reports, are in
the angle between the rivers San and J
Vistula, a trap into which the Rus- j
slsn troops h-.ve been trying for some
days to drive them. Their flanks are
supported by the fortresses of Crao
cow and Przemysl.
Przemysl Ls being approached by
the Russian army which captured
Lemberg and which will now operate
against the right wings of Generals
Dankl and von Anffenburg, Mean
while tho Russian army li? free to
move west coward Thorn. Prussia, a
town of some 27,000 inhabitants on the
right bank of the Vistula, 26 milo*
southwest of Bromberg, and Generai
Rennenkampff can look for1? rein
forcements for his army, which had to
fall back with the German advance
in EaBt Prussia.
The Ru?sinus won their victories at
Galicia and Poland not because they
had superior forces but because, ac
cording to correspondents, their ar
tillery was superior to that of the
AUF tr ians* and the Germans.
Petrograd hopes that when General
Rennenkampff sets his reinforcements
ho can d?faut the Germans. Military
men are an-'ous to see how the Rus
sians compare as fighting men against
the perfectly trained Germans.
hs Servians and Montenegrins, ac
cording to a Rome dispatch after the
capture of Viahegrad, Bosnia,;by the
Servians, and of Fatch?, ' Bosnia, by
the Montenegrin? Joined forces and
are advancing along the entire front
All these troops are veterans with
long fighting experience and aro ex
pected to give a good account of
London, Sept. 15.-Besides invndinp |
Galicia, tho Russians are suki to be
operating extensively. [ip Bukowina',
the chief, town ot which, Crernowitz.
they occupied some weeks ago. It is
believed that the intention of the Rus
sians ts to go aa far as possible south
of the Carpathian mountains, and, tn
case the ? liles are successful, to de
mand a n_w frontier in that direction
when th? war .s over.
The Russian general ha* said noth
ing about the fighting in t?a3t Prus
sia, except that the Russians .were
rem netted to withdraw before the su
perior forces. The Germans, how
ever, claim auoihwr big Victory f?r
General Hundcnberg's army in the
fighting which, raged for four day? on
the entire front. They say the Rus
sians lost heavily specially in the bat
tle of Ly ck, nins miles north cf Ute
Russian frontier, while the German
loose* Were considerable.
Scattered British and German-for
!ceo throughout Africa have been skir
mishing wherever their frontiers
meet and '?ho South African mounted
rifles ar* reported tA jes* -cn
a victory over the Germans, whom
they ave said to have expelled from
Ramatnadrift. This may be the fore
runner of what may may develop Into
a serious battle. The Germane have
a strong force in German West ' Af
rica and already have threatened the
border? of the Dinon of South Af
rica. Therefore the Germans who
sympathised with the Boers in their
war, against Great Britain soon may
be opposed by the same Boers, who
are now fighting tn Great Britain
Comm Klee To
Heel Thursday.
A call was Isned yesterday from the
Trades Day; extension committee Ot
the chamber or comoerce for a m eol
ian of that committee to be held in
the rooms of ihz chcmb?r ot com
merce ' on Thursdav evening at 6
o'clock. This meeting will be very
important and Secretary Whaley any*
that na member should absent Mm
matte-*- i
Photo bx Amanean Press Association.
Battle Cruiser Moltke, Pride of Kaiser's Navy
AMERICANS reading of the war in Europe followed with peculiar Interest
a?Ak tue fortunes of toe German battle cruiser Moi tko. for this vessel paid a
? visit of ceremony to.America In 1U12. She looked flt to give an; battle
ship Ia tbe world a tussle, but sbe ls officially classed as a battle cruiser ot
22,035 tons displacement, carrying ten eleven-Inch guns and able to maintain
?rn speed of twenty-seven knobs. The Goebeu is the suiter ship of tbe Moltke.
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Photos br American Presa Association,
German Guns and Russian Cossacks
The machine guns of the German army ere expected to play terrible
havoc with, the ?nenies of tho kaiser. The gunners of the German army ara
H^ MilHlijt^i>)<rftI^crt tn tho world. The Rossleu Cossacks compose
Cb? ndwee of tbe splendid army of tba caar. They have no fear et the
withering Ure of Lao ui*,??Jfts gua?.
Don't Sit on Your Money
'.Mitchilli; nar "scares" until your eyes nearly pep out of your head.
It IN a POSIT!Vi: FACT that burger and better business tban thia
country has known in ninny mont b 's bound to be the logical result, once j
the present disturbed conditions in Europe have become settled.
Your money will do you no good UNLESS IT WORKS FOR YOU. Keep lt
lin est lt In a diamond. At the present prices they will make you
money. Kee the largest stork at
Anderson's Progressive Jewelry Store.
"New Hat Day"
Don't buy your Fall hat until you tee our
great line. Then do as your
judgment dictates
T. L. Cely Company
Ct" !
Made ot the purest and best of materials, baked in
the cleanest of bakeries, wrapped m oiled paper and
packed in neat cartoon? tied with dainty blue baby ribbon.
Anderson Cash Grocery
VF RA CRUZ EVACUATED fulfillment of the protocols signed at
_" ' _the Niagara Falls mediation confer
BY THF. r. S. TR00F8 =nco.
._" President Wilson ls confident a sta
,,,"".,""",, r,""ble government soon will restore
Continued from Page One.) Mm|co g normal condltJon.
with its northern neighbor._
On the question of recognition, it .
is known the president and hie ad- JOHN J. MeMAHAN NOMINATED
visers have reached no decision. The _ . mat. ~ . r".v"^i.. . '
... , m Majority Over Clink ?eales Ia
chief conference on October 1st will _ * ?__,_._?_'
, , ... ,. . the Race for the L?gislature?
designate a provisional president who _ ._.. _ . T
." ....... . - ,s Columbia. Sept. IB.-John J. McMeV
will undoubtedly be recognized if ail ha0f 8tllte supCTtntendept Of
factions accept him. The United education, waa nominated for the leg'
Statcv, as well as Argentina, Brazil, lslature today IO the third primary
and Chile, will consider the popular.In Richland county by a majority of
acceptance of the provisional preal- ! 700. This race-has been very Inter
dent chosen at that conference au tho eating; In the first primary Hugh R.
_ j Clinks oates, a youna attorney, form
' ' WMMM-?iBriv or Abbeville, rec?ived more votes
than any other candidate for thu* of
"M II I 3 fl N ?ce. In the second primary Clink
m a M J.J a \*r. Av sc|lleg ftU off eonjiaerably for his
D/vt i AD y,otb in tne ur8t race B,Iowea. tnBt he
KJ Lt L. A IV. was supported very strongly by tho
. ?_ . Blesse people In some boxes while we
MYS'TER Y waa nominslly on the antl-tlcket. As
. Mr. aicMahan has b?en so outspoke*
-AND- for primary reform he was opposai
"The Trev O' Hearts" *y BlMJW ?*??lft ?nd u w*f
* TJ^Uc thought that there would bs enough
-Al inc?- disinterested persons to defeat him,
Di I All but his nomination is looked upon
_ V, with great pleasure in Columbia.
Thursday? Sept. 17 Mr. McMahon waa the youageat
* ' member, with possibly one exception,
-AND- 0l the constitutional convention; he
CAV? flnlw ?NF was elected state superintendent of
SA 11 XJmy VWE. education over W. D. Mayfield; was a
Af^Wst oe t/\ai candldste for governor and was de
DMlodlUIN rested, and last year was defeated tor
?JJ . . - (S_ tho legislature on account ot his op
. Ivltt'liiec.?J?; position to Bl ea se. The vote he re*
?reign* ... g ?nu aw. -JJ^M-S* of gentimeati. in, RtchUnd
^nauBWSttHtnMnHaVsnWsWgSBS county.

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